Kingpins denim fair prepares its New York edition with focus on sustainability
The fair, which will take place between November 19 and 20, will focus on the future of the denim industry and discuss social and environmental issues.
Kingpins New York is ready to start. The trade fair dedicated to denim will hold its next edition between November 19 and 20 in Pier 36. In this edition, the fair is focused on sustainability and will have a space to discuss eco-innovation, social and environmental issues with professionals in the sector.
Founded in 2004 by American businessman Andrew Olah, Kingpins has established itself as one of the key events for the denim industry. Since then, the contest has been exporting the formula to different parts of the planet.
The fair, that is also organized in Amsterdam, Hong Kong and China, launched in 2015 its Kingpins Transformer summit, a series of events for the members of the denim industry to make the jeans industry more environmentally viable and socially responsible.
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